“It’s important to be uncompromising”, choose Valérie Pécresse vis-à-vis the strikers of the RATP and the SNCF, against the federal government's pension reform undertaking. Invited this Thursday by BFMTV and RMC, the president of the Île-de-France Area, in cost as such of Île-de-France Mobilités, gave her opinion on public transport strike in progress since early December.
“No strike day should only be paid, (…) as a result of if not, you perceive properly that it will be a really nice injustice for all these which couldn’t go to work “, estimates the previous minister of Nicolas Sarkozy.
For Valérie Pécresse, “it’s a must to respect all those that wish to go to work”. “The strikers should hear this message,” she insists, reporting on her assembly with representatives of the CGT “earlier than the strike begins”. She reportedly requested them to “go on strike, however not throughout rush hour.”
“We are able to now not stop the French from going to work, (…) I’m afraid that the strike will unravel and final, and (…) that it is going to be a stress and a struggling for the vacationers on a regular basis, “worries the proprietor of the Île-de-France Area.
“We have no idea this reform”
Relating to the reform itself, Valérie Pécresse says that if she had at all times been a parliamentarian, she wouldn’t have voted for the upcoming invoice:
“I’m very nervous for a number of causes. Firstly as a result of we have no idea this reform. (…) We don’t know how it is going to be financed. (…) If there may be there is no such thing as a age measure on this reform, there might be no stability and rescue of pensions in the long run. “